Review: ‘7500’

Patrick Vollrath's hijacking thriller 7500 starts out on a promising note. Through static security camera footage, we observe the process of a group of men as they prepare to board a plane, readying their homemade supplies and maneuvering through the airport with lethal anonymity. It's a series of shots that emanates dread through its methodical... Continue Reading →

Review: Inception

It's a magical mystery tour, a mathematical print by M. C. Escher, a family drama, and a suspense thriller, all wrapped up in one huge, dazzling package. It's Inception, and it may blow your mind. Or it may not. Christopher Nolan's follow-up to The Dark Knight is strikingly reminiscent of The Prestige, his follow-up to... Continue Reading →

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